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What is the difference between formant frequencies and pitch frequency?

Yes, F0 (the fundamental frequency) is the acoustic correlate of pitch (which is a perceptual concept). The fundamental frequency F0 is also the first harmonic H1 of the sound. If F0 is 100 Hz, the ...
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Do language models ignore word order in the context?

While there are some context models that are unordered (Latent Semantic Analysis, some semantic word-vector approaches), that's not what you seem to be talking about. Instead, I think the critical ...
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What is the difference between formant frequencies and pitch frequency?

There is a limited sense in which F0 (which is the acoustic property perceived as pitch) and F1-F5 are not independent, which is that if you have a tiny larynx (high F0), given the nature of human ...
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Should compounded words through agglutination be treated as unigrams or n-grams?

For parsing: if the word is already in your 'dictionary' then treat it as a 'unigram'; but if it is new to you then treat it as an 'ngram'. If you are doing semantic statistics on a corpus then you ...
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Should compounded words through agglutination be treated as unigrams or n-grams?

(Disclaimer: I don't have much background in linguistics) I think - if you are relating to agglutinantive and not polysynthetic languges - it would depend on what you are trying to build and the ...
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Is there any research on the graph of word associations in a language?

There are language resources called wordnets that represent graphs of hypernymy and hyponymy and synsets. The prototypical example of such a resource is the Princeton WordNet for the English language ...
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What are the various approaches to detect whether a sentence is complete or not?

For formal English anyway you can parse with spaCy and then iterate through the tagged tokens looking for a finite verb (VerbForm=Fin, as opposed to Ger or Inf). See https://spacy.io/usage/linguistic-...
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Population models in language formation

I've seen one agent-based model recently: van Trijp, R. (2013), Linguistic Assessment Criteria for Explaining Language Change: A Case Study on Syncretism in German Definite Articles. This paper tries ...
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How do ASR systems cope with noise?

In my experience, speech-recognition systems do quite a bit of preprocessing on the signal before trying to interpret it; part of that is getting rid of the noise. The key is, most speech signals are ...
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How do ASR systems cope with noise?

Robust speech recognition is a huge area with lots of research papers. You can start from a textbook by Microsoft: Robust Automatic Speech Recognition
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Help with distributional analysis of verb phrases

As I understand the terms, the distribution of a VP would be the X and Y in a constituent [ X VP Y ]. However, affixes associated with auxiliary verbs might count as part of the X rather than part of ...
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Homemade ASR decoding

Try Open source Julius Decoder: https://github.com/julius-speech/julius
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Different discounting methods with SRILM toolikt

GT is SRILM's default. In fact, I think using -addsmooth 0 just gives you default GT smoothing (unfortunately?). To directly use GT discounting, simply include no discounting argument. The number at ...
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